True Power, Inc. Employment Opportunities

True Power, Inc. is currently accepting applications from current seniors who excel in industrial technology courses, have a good attendance record, and an interest in pursuing a career in electrical work. Full-time employees receive training, benefits, pay scale starting at $11.50, and full-licensing after 4 years of of apprenticeship. For more info, email Jeremy Giese at, call 402-304-5182, or visit the website at

Insurance Fraud Essay Schoalrship Contest

Click here to download the Insurance Fraud Essay Scholarship Contest guidelines. The Iowa-Nebraska Chapter of the International Association of Special Investigation Units (IA-NE IASIU) is committed to spreading awareness of insurance fraud and its negative impacts on our society. The Essay Scholarship Contest is open to current grads, high school students, and middle school students. Deadline is July 1, 2013.

Smith College’s Women of Distinction Program

Smith College will host their annual Women of Distinction program on November 8-10, 2013. Women of Distinction is a program for high school seniors that highlights the opportunities at Smith for African American, Latina, Asian American, and Native American students. Admission is competitive. Smith will provide round-trip transportation, meals and accommodations for all participants. The application will become available in August. For more information visit the program Web site.

UNL’s Education Camp

Discover Education Camp:

  • Do you like to work with kids? Do you ever picture yourself becoming a teacher?
  • Do you want to dialogue with others who view teaching as social change to make the world better and safer for ALL children?
  • Are you looking for ways to put your beliefs into practice?

Then our stimulating summer camp might be perfect for you! Enroll in our unique on-campus camp that promises to stimulate your mind and challenge your heart. It could be the experience of a lifetime!

  • Who: Any Nebraska high school student (in grades 10-12) interested in exploring a future career in Education
  • When: June 9-14, 2013
  • What: Take part in fun and meaningful activities with other high school students and UNL professors that care about diversity issues in schools. You will engage in dialogue with real teachers, do some fun role playing activities, have a chance to interact with children for part of the day, watch inspiring documentaries about current school issues, and take part in deep discussions about diversity in education
  • Where: Come to Lincoln for our week-long residential camp on UNL’s beautiful campus
  • How much does it cost: Scholarships are available. See the website for an application and for more information (at


Please contact at UNL Dr. Guy Trainin at or Dr. John Raible at




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